Eugi’s Weekly Prompt – Wolf Moon – January 28, 2021

Your Weekly Prompt  Wolf Moon January 28, 2021

howling at night fall

moonbeams over the lea

full wolf moon prevails

The sunset embers smolder low,
The Moon climbs o’er the hill, 
The peaks have caught the alpenglow,
The robin’s song is still.

–John L. Stoddard (1850–1931)

Go where the prompt leads you and publish a post on your own blog that responds to the prompt. It can be any variation of the prompt and/or image. Please keep it family friendly. Prompts close 7 days from the close of my post.

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Responses posted prior to the next Thursday prompt release can be included in the Roundup.

Let’s be creative and have fun!

-Eugi

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89 Comments

  1. Adventure lurks
    In sthe still of the night
    Hidden beneath that silver moon light
    The cry of the animals
    Wild and the tame
    Awaiting the return of
    Moon wolf for his game.
    He has lived his life
    Protecting the others
    In the still of the night
    He is unlike his brothers
    His story as told
    Was a change in his ways
    A moon wolf never hated
    Hidden in night’s maze…

    Yup Eugenia…you’re my inspiration, and will be sure to complete and release 😃🖨

    • ❤️I love this – a story told in a poem and with a happy ending! Thank you so much for joining in and you’re my inspiration on LinkedIn! ❣️

      • Well it is completed..90% scheduled for Saturday morning. It feels like a story, and will refine before its released Sat morning. Thank you my friend 🌺

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  4. Thank you for reminding me that there is a full moon tonight. Here is my contribution to the prompt: https://frankhubeny.blog/2021/01/28/wolf-moon/

  5. Nice haiku, Eugenia.

  6. Lovely haiku, Eugenia.
    Glad I could incorporate your prompt in my poem.
    https://paeansunpluggedblog.wordpress.com/2021/01/28/after-you-left/

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  8. Hi, Eugenia. Here is my response to Eugi’s Weekly Prompt ‘Wolf Moon’.
    https://goffjamesart.wordpress.com/2021/01/28/poetry-haiku-wolf-moon-ice-shivered-a-poem-by-goff-james/

    Happy Thursday Everyone.

  9. I love wolves, image is beautiful

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  15. happy Thursday everyone sending love from LA thanks for the opportunity Eugi 🙂
    https://wordslessspoken781842219.blog/2021/01/28/welcome-back-tonight/

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  17. I have forgotten how to do pingbacks. I submitted my entry, but it makes no sense without the picture of the wolves. I’ll try again 🙂 Here’s the url to my entry for the Wolf Moon! prompt.

    https://mumbletymuse.com/2021/01/28/wolf-moon-eugis-weekly-prompt-jan-28/

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  19. Hi Eugenia, a slightly humorous poem this week:
    https://josephmasonauthor.com/2021/01/29/wolf-moon/
    Joseph.

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  21. I’ve used a piece I wrote some years ago which I think suits your prompt.
    https://pensitivity101.wordpress.com/2021/01/29/eugis-weekly-prompt-wolf-moon-january-28-2021/

  22. This is a very interesting prompt Eugi

  23. I did not get to see the Wolf Moon the first night, and only a partial glimpse last night.
    I know there is a wolf sanctuary a few towns over, but in my little slice of suburbia I haven’t seen any.
    I have seen fox and the other day I am fairly certain I saw a coyote!

    You can start with this little acrostic (I hope to be back with a different verse) – Thank you.

    Keening for Space

    Where to be free to live
    Ordinary lives that are allowed
    Laughter, love and light footedness
    Forged by natural instincts…

    ©JP/dh

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  25. Hello Eugenia, Thank you for this week’s prompt. A challenging one. Here’s my little something:
    https://bit.ly/3cmJvel

  26. Here is my full Moon Wolf Tale
    https://dwordslayer.blogspot.com/2021/01/a-moon-wolf-tale.html?m=1
    Tried to copy and paste but not showing.
    Once again thank you for inspiring.🌺🌺

  27. That is so beautiful, thank you.

  28. Some short verses – 1 and 3 could both apply to your prompt 🙂 Mostly 1, but the folk tale was interesting.
    Triple Play, short verses…Titles: my Luna, instinct and digestive?

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  31. Hi Eugenia! I’m trying to get back into things, and here’s where your prompt has taken me this week: https://wp.me/pVkLb-5hF

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  34. Hello Eugenia

    Here’s my take on the wolf moon. I was travelling through the Himalayas and saw a clear wolf moon, reddish in colour, rise against the dark sky. It was beautiful. 🙂

    https://gdutta17.wordpress.com/2021/02/03/wolf-moon/

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  36. Hi, New around here. Thanks for the great prompt, Eugenia! (Ping-Back didn’t work the first time – trying this again.)
    ~Zander (Rooftop Poet)
    https://zanderinprint.wordpress.com/2021/01/30/from-moon-to-moon/

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